8 Things Anxiety Makes You Do (That You May Not Know)

8 Things Anxiety Makes You Do (That You May Not Know)

Okay, the hot topic, something we all have, something we all feel from time to time, or maybe all of the time… it’s anxiety! The truth is anxiety can effect so many parts of our life from our stomach to our relationships to our work to our eyes to our brain and so many other things. So if you ask yourself is anxiety affecting my work or is anxiety affecting my relationships, then let’s dive into the 8 things anxiety makes you do (that you may not know). These are not the only things anxiety makes you do or anxiety affects, there could be many things that anxiety could affect depending on your individual background, brain, body and relationships. But these are common things that anxiety makes you do.

Do you have anxiety? Let’s look at the signs and symptoms of anxiety: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XrEwsxYt25w

5 signs of social anxiety: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OC8KRPYAdBk

5 misconceptions of anxiety: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DCSESj_sWnw


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